Fossil fuels are the largest source of environmental pollution in the world. According to the sources, this type of fuel, going towards new and cleaner energy generation, priority will be present. Hydrogen is the most abundant element in nature, has the potential to replace fossil fuels. 

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Green Is the New Black – New Needs for Disposal

We live in a fortunate time in corporate history. Once, the only business of businesses was making money. Today, businesses are no longer singular islands set to a particular purpose, oblivious to everything else. Modern companies recognize their ability to generate profits AND address the concerns of the communities in which they operate. As a result, recycling has become a high business priority. Taking a lead role in caring for the environment speaks highly of a company's character, and enhanced image often translates into increased profits. Speaking to waste disposal company Map Waste we were able to establish why recycling waste is an important issue that should be addressed.

Producing excess waste

For many companies, just realizing how much of the they produce is recyclable has spurred change. Items such as ink and toner cartridges, batteries, computer paper and plastic or aluminium bottles and cans have been easy to recognize. Still, items that are often overlooked and thrown away can be recycled, such as cardboard rolls from toilet paper and paper towels, newspapers and catalogs, even old phone books. Food containers such as pizza boxes, aluminium foils and food tins, once cleaned can also be recycled. Refrigerators? Computer monitors? Televisions? Updating infrastructure is inevitable as technology progresses. Recycling outdated appliances ensures that items, usually destined to take up the ever-dwindling space in community landfills, remain in use. Even used and scratched CDs can be sent to recycling centres where they are ground down to a powder and then melted instead of being thrown away.

What does recycling involve?

Recycling also requires very little effort or commission of resources on the part of businesses. At a minimum, companies provide clearly marked receptacles in common areas such as in staff break rooms or near bathrooms and elevators. For employees, many of whom have already adopted recycling in their own homes, the convenience of having these receptacles in areas used frequently encourages the continuation of the practice while away from home. Finally, all that is left is to establish relationships with local recycling centers whose staff can collect the materials at regular intervals.

Even infrequent recycling of appliances can be relatively simple to accomplish, and this small effort can have a big impact. Rebates and other monetary incentives offered by product companies to encourage recycling can reduce business operating costs when replacing those products. Considering the numerous benefits and the comparatively small effort involved in recycling, it is no wonder going green at work is becoming an increasingly popular pursuit.

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